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There are two types of dental veneers. Composite veneers: a composite resin (white filling) is fixed on a specific tooth to change its color, shape or orientation. It offers very satisfying results and  is quicker and cheaper than porcelain. However, as time passes, the color is expected to change, depending on the life habits of the patient (Tobacco use, coffee, tea, red wine, etc.) Ceramic veneers: built in laboratories, the ceramic veneer is a thin layer of ceramic that is cemented on a tooth in order to cover it partially. The results obtained with this type of veneer are often superior to the composite ones because the finishing is nicer, they look more natural and their durability is also superior.